Local Choice Heating & Air is proud to be a locally owned and operated Colorado business… and we believe that giving back to the community is important!
Not only do we like to do our part to support local non-profits in need of funds, we’d like you to help us decide which organizations to prioritize. At the beginning of each season, we’ll pick three local Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster, and Broomfield charities that will be receiving funds. You can help us by participating in a poll to help determine which non-profit receives the most, but all three organizations will receive a donation from Local Choice Heating & Air.
To vote, please read the descriptions of this season’s choices and vote accordingly! Tell your friends and family about the poll and spread the word to support your favorite charity. Then, check back to see which non-profits were selected for first, second and third place and how much they received.
In addition, if you have a worthy local non-profit that you would like us to consider for contributions in the future, please give us a call and let us know!
We conduct three food pantries per month in Thornton – one at Holy Cross, one at Regis University North Campus, and a third one at Pine Lakes Ranch. The poverty rate in Southwestern Adams County is almost 13% (with some areas as high as 29%). Some 47,000 of our neighbors are in need of help with food, clothing and everyday necessities. It’s estimated that more than 20,000 children in this area are living below poverty level.
Since June 2011, Clinica Colorado has served populations in Adams County and surrounding areas with low cost, primary health care, especially for those who are uninsured. In Colorado, it is estimated that there remain 350,000 without health insurance even after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. There may be many reasons that individuals and families are not covered by health insurance and that is who we serve. Since we opened, we have had over 44,000 patient visits! Our goal is to serve individuals of all ages, including entire families.
The mission of the Big Waves foundation is twofold. One, to enrich the lives of kids through the sport of water polo, including, but not limited to, encouraging school districts to include water polo as a school-sponsored program and providing collegiate scholarships to deserving athletes, and advocate for gun sensibility by encouraging honest, respectful conversations within our families, communities, and government agencies to implement collaborative, common-ground measures to eliminate the tragic outcomes associated with gun violence.